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We've now spent two days learning HTML, and you like, totally know it all, right? I know you're not so silly as to think that, but at least you have a basic understanding of how it works and what it consists of.
Tomorrow we're going to learn how to use CSS -- it's a way of easily changing aspects of your site all at once, and it's been around for more than 10 years. For example, you might make all the H1 headings green, or you might make the font in all your paragraphs arial. If you don't use CSS, you'd have to change the color on each H1 heading individually, or change the font on each paragraph, one at a time.
Today's questions: Why is CSS such a timesaver? What do you want to do with HTML that we haven't learned yet? (Don't say "nothing" -- I'm looking for some real suggestions!)